The Gift of the Goddess

Yesterday, I shared the visit of three Poor Wills who chose my sacred circle as a safe place to sleep. You can read that post HERE. Today, I've experienced the meaning and synchronicity of the number three. For months now, I've pondered the significance of following a goddess. I couldn't choose one, and I've read …

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Re-Share: 3 Steps to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment from Within – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

"Gaining confidence in yourself as a witch is probably the most important thing you can do for yourself on your spiritual path. Reading all the witchy books and blogs you can get your hands on can be inspiring but it’s only going to get you so far. If you’re lacking confidence in your path, in …

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The Ultimate Guide to Finding Your Ancient Pagan Roots – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

"Connecting with the ancient pagan roots of your ancestors is a powerful way to reflect on and develop a deeper spiritual practice and belief system. Pretty much every culture in the world has some kind of ingrained pagan practices or folklore beliefs. In Scotland, this manifests as the Fairy-Faith. In Italy, this appears in the …

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10 Mini Rituals for Your Daily Spiritual Practice – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

Finding time to honor our Pagan roots or path can sometimes be difficult to fulfill on a daily basis. The Witch of Lupine Hollow has some great suggestions. ❤ Click the link below to read more. Ten quick and easy ideas to connect with your spirituality on the go on a daily basis! Source: 10 …

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The Goddesses Eostre & Vesna; Celebrating Ostara & the Spring Equinox, by Colleen M. Chesebro

The second celebration on the Pagan Wheel of the Year is the Spring Equinox, also called Ostara, which is named after the Germanic goddess, Eostre, of Norse origin. Her name was also the inspiration for the Christian name, "Easter," and for the name, "Ostara." Eostre is the goddess of springtime and is always represented with …

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100 Prompts for Working with Your Grimoire on a Daily Basis – The Witch of Lupine Hollow

An epic roundup of 100 prompts to help you work with your witch's grimoire on a daily basis, as part of your daily spiritual practice. This is one you'll love. ❤ Source: 100 Prompts for Working with Your Grimoire on a Daily Basis - The Witch of Lupine Hollow